Jess Glynne drew the crowds and thrilled fans at the Isle Of Wight festival on Friday.

The 26-year-old kept it simple with a t-shirt and funky trousers as she launched into hits including Right Here and Hold My Hand.

Jess Glynne at the Isle of Wight Festival (David Jensen/PA)Jess Glynne at the Isle of Wight Festival (David Jensen/PA)

Londoner Jess rose to fame when she featured on Clean Bandit’s single Rather Be and Route 94′s My Love in 2014.

Busted wasted no time having a ball. Band members Matt Willis, James Bourne and Charlie Simpson rolled back the years as they rolled out the hits.

Twelve-and-a-half years after their second studio album, Busted will deliver their third later this year for East West Records UK. The group are currently on a sold-out tour of the UK.

Matt Willis (left) and James Bourne from Busted (David Jensen/PA)Matt Willis (left) and James Bourne from Busted (David Jensen/PA)

Welsh rockers Stereophonics rocked the house with a fine set of tunes climaxing in fireworks set off to their anthem Dakota.

Lead singer Kelly Jones, who lists classic rockers such as Pink Floyd, The Sex Pistols and Saturday’s headliners The Who as influences, fired up the crowd.

Stereophonics on stage at the Isle of Wight Festival (David Jensen/PA)Stereophonics on stage at the Isle of Wight Festival (David Jensen/PA)

Festival favourites Faithless got everyone dancing as they performed smashes that included Insomnia, God Is A DJ and Mass Destruction. There was even a tribute to the late boxer Muhammad Ali.

Maxi Jazz from Faithless (David Jensen/PA)Maxi Jazz from Faithless (David Jensen/PA)

Thousands of music fans are enjoying a weekend of music at the Isle of Wight Festival, which will be headlined by The Who and Queen.

The festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary since the event was relaunched in 2002. It has featured headline acts from some of the world’s biggest stars including David Bowie, Coldplay, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Blur, Fleetwood Mac and the Foo Fighters.